National Training Program

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47th National Training Program
July 11-14, 2016
Hilton Anatole – Dallas Texas

Welcome to the National Training Program (NTP).

It is a pleasure to invite you to the 47th National Training Program (NTP) of Federally Employed Women (FEW), in Dallas, Texas, at the beautiful Hilton Anatole, from July 11-14, 2016.   2016 is another year where “Big things happen” in Dallas; so you don’t want to miss this training and networking opportunity!

For 47 years FEW has been training federal workers for personal and professional career growth.  Providing outstanding training is our mission and this year we are doing it “In the Spirit of Excellence”.   Excellence is achieved when you put every effort forward and invest in accomplishing a goal.  The 2016 training program will empower you to not only strive for excellence in everything you do, but achieve it.

The benefits of attending our extraordinary training is that we are more than a conference.  We are training in every sense of the word.  FEW maps every training session to the guidelines of the Office of Personnel Management’s Senior Executive Service, Executive Core Qualifications (Leading Change, Leading People, Results Driven, Business Acumen, Building Coalitions) and the underlying fundamental core competencies.  Each course prepares you for the next steps in your career.  It will give you the fundamental principles of being more of an asset to your agencies and family.

We will continue updating this page as we get closer to the opening of NTP 2016 registration so be sure to check back frequently for updates.  Remember to use our NTP Toolkit to assist you with explaining the value of attending this dynamic training program.  Additionally, you may view our registration information as it is currently available.

 

Michelle Crockett,
FEW National President

Suzi Inman
VP of Training & National Training Program 2016 Chair

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